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M.N.: This intimate knowledge of the Russian Passport system and the names of the operatives could come from Skripal himself and/or his associates and connections. Apparently, “Sergei Fedotov” is also a “wrong Fedot (Theodor)” – this is most likely his operational name also; and he probably functioned as the controller in this group of three. 

It might also be the wrong “Sergei”. “The-odor”: the smell test for determining the right or wrong Theodor is their “odor test”; they are what they smell like. And Mr. Skripal smells to me as the big adventure seeker. 

The role of Skripal puzzles me. I think he could be the Co-Demiurge for the past 8-10 years. The purpose of the Operation Novichok might have been the personnel rotation in the GRU’s and others “Agentura” outside Russia, with the banishment of about 150 Russian diplomats cum agents. 

The real “Novichoks” are the “Newcomers”, the  Russian Intelligence Services agents whom, it is very possible, Mr. Skripal selected in one way  or another himself or who were selected by the Demiurge, or by them jointly; and they intend to keep them under their control. 

This might have been the  design of the Co-Demiurges from the beginning. If it is so the worst of the crisis for Russia is over but the puzzle is unsolved.

I respectfully recommend to all the parties involved, to investigate Mr. Skripal very carefully, and also, and very importantly, to investigate who might be possibly behind him.

The hypothetical connection, as I see it now, is:

New Abwehr – | – Skripal – Yanukovych – (possibly Putin) – Oligarchs – Manafort – Trump.

Michael Novakhov

10.10.18 

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Theodore is a masculine given name. It comes from the Greek name Θεόδωρος (Theódoros) meaning “God-given” (from the Greek words θεός, (theós) “God” and δώρον (dōron) “gift”).[1] The name was borne by several figures in ancient Greece, such as Theodorus of Samos and Theodorus the Atheist, but gained popularity due to the rise of Christendom.

In any form, it means “God-given”, or “gift of God”: as do the given names JonathanNathanaelMattaniahMatthewDosetaiBogdan (or Bohdan), AtaullahAdeodatus and Devadatta.

The feminine form of Theodore is Theodora. The names Dorothy and Godiva also mean “gift of God”.

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It is of the same ‘64 series’ linked to not only Chepiga and Mishkin but also to other suspected agents such as Col Eduard Shishmakov, who is accused of the failed plot to assassinate the prime minister of Montenegro before its referendum to join Nato.

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Fedotov’s passport number differs by only a few digits.

It is of the same ‘64 series’ linked to not only Chepiga and Mishkin but also to other suspected agents such as Col Eduard Shishmakov, who is accused of the failed plot to assassinate the prime minister of Montenegro before its referendum to join Nato.

According to Fontaka, Fedotov previously travelled to the UK in March 2016 and March 2017 and again this year. It said he also flew to the Czech Republic with Mishkin in January and February 2014 ahead of an apparent operation to monitor the movements of Col Skripal, who at the time was said to be briefing Czech secret services.

It raises the prospect that Col Skripal, who had been living in the UK since a spy swap in 2010, had been a GRU target for at least four years. Chepiga and Mishkin returned to the Czech Republic in October 2014, the same month that Skripal travelled to the country to advise local intelligence officers on Russian espionage activities.

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Russian website fontanka.ru says a GRU military intelligence operative whose name is Sergei Fedotov is allegedly the third Russian agent involved in trying to kill former spySergei Skripal in Britain earlier this year. Cybersleuthing group Bellingcat 
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Russian website fontanka.ru says a GRU military intelligence operative whose name is Sergei Fedotov is allegedly the third Russian agent involved in trying to kill former spy Sergei Skripal in Britain earlier this year.

Cybersleuthing group Bellingcat has named two men who Britain suspects poisoned Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March as being GRU officers Aleksandr Mishkin and Anatoly Chepiga, who were awarded Hero of the Russian Federation medals by President Vladimir Putin for actions in Ukraine.

In a post on October 10, fontanka.ru said it has learned that Britain is ready to declare the 45-year-old Fedotov as an accomplice to Mishkin and Chepiga, who traveled to Britain under the names Aleksandr Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.

The website said records show Fedotov visited Britain in 2016, 2017, and 2018 and left the country on March 4 of this year, when Mishkin and Chepiga also flew out of Britain and the same day Skripal and his daughter were found slumped on a bench in the southern English city of Salisbury.

Furthermore, fontanka.ru said, Fedotov in January and February 2014 traveled to the Czech Republic at the same time as Mishkin and Chepiga.

The fontana.ru posting came the same day as a report by Czech Radio (CR), which said the two Russians shadowed Skripal in Prague in 2014 while he was in the Czech capital.

Britain said the Skripals were poisoned with Novichok, a military-grade nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union, and mentioned the two men who traveled with passports under the names of Petrov and Boshirov as officers from the GRU who carried out the attack.

Moscow has repeatedly denied any involvement in the poisoning, as have the two men identified by Britain.

The Skripals survived after weeks in critical condition, but Dawn Sturgess, a woman who authorities said came in contact with the poison after her boyfriend found a fake perfume bottle containing it, died in July.

Last month, The Telegraph newspaper said British police had identified a third Russian intelligence officer they believe carried out a reconnaissance mission before the attempted murder of Skripal.

The paper did not name him.

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Fedotov’s passport number differs by only a few digits. It is of the same ‘64 series’ linked to not only Chepiga and Mishkin but also to other suspected agents such as Col Eduard Shishmakov, who is accused of the failed plot to assassinate the prime minister of Montenegro before its referendum to join Nato.

According to Fontaka, Fedotov previously travelled to the UK in March 2016 and March 2017 and again this year. It said he also flew to the Czech Republic with Mishkin in January and February 2014 ahead of an apparent operation to monitor the movements of Col Skripal, who at the time was said to be briefing Czech secret services.

It raises the prospect that Col Skripal, who had been living in the UK since a spy swap in 2010, had been a GRU target for at least four years. Chepiga and Mishkin returned to the Czech Republic in October 2014, the same month that Skripal travelled to the country to advise local intelligence officers on Russian espionage activities.

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Details of the stinging rebuke emerged as the second hitman was exposed as a military doctor.

Alexander Mishkin, 39, was personally presented with a Hero of the Russian Federation award by the Kremlin chief.

Mishkin was named by investigative website Bellingcat as the suspect who flew to London, then travelled to Wiltshire in March under the pseudonym Alexander Petrov.

His identification came after that of co-accused Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga, also 39.

Bellingcat investigator Cristo Grozev said Mishkin grew up in Loyga, a remote village in northern Russia and was recruited to the GRU by the age of 24.

He joined St Petersburg’s military medical academy in 2003 and specialised in marine physiology.

Miskhin moved to Moscow nine years ago and served in Russia’s wars with neighbours Transnistria and East Ukraine.

Investigators cross-referenced addresses and phone numbers with a photo of Mishkin which emerged after the Skripal attack.

Mr Grozev said reporters from Russian website The Insider had reached Loyga and spoken to seven people who knew him.

“They confirmed that their homeboy Alexander Mishkin was the person who moved on to military school and then became a famous military doctor and who received the award of Hero of the Russian Federation,” he said.

“His grandmother, with whom he grew up…has a photograph, in her own words, that has been seen by everybody in the village of President Putin shaking Mishkin’s hand and giving him the award.

“Interestingly, we have not seen her because the moment we announced this press conference today, the grandmother was asked to visit her children – Mr Mishkin’s father and mother – in another town so she vanished from the village three days ago.”

British intelligence chiefs want to question Mishkin and Chepiga over the attack which almost killed Mr Skripal, 67, and daughter Yulia, 34, and led to the death of Dawn Sturgess 44, in July.

Security minister Ben Wallace warned yesterday that Britain must face up to the possibility of a chemical or biological attack.

Mr Wallace told a London conference: “Terrorists continue to explore new ways to kill us on our streets. Chemical and biological weapons are marching in closer.”

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Russia’s military leaders have reportedly called its intelligence service “deeply incompetent” after Western investigators accused its agents of being behind the nerve agent poisoning in England and an attempted hack into the global chemical weapons watchdog.

In the past two weeks alone, Western investigators found that agents of Russia’s military intelligence service — commonly known as the GRU — were behind the attempted assassination of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and an attempted h ack into the global chemical weapons watchdog’s headquartersearlier this year.

Both missions ultimately failed, and investigators pointed fingers at GRU agents — Russia’s leaders are reportedly not happy.

The country’s defense ministry held a secret meeting on Saturday to discuss the recent reports of GRU blunders, and had some angry words to say, Russia’s MBK news site reported on Monday, citing an unnamed source.

The GRU was described in the meeting, MBK said, as “deeply incompetent,” “infinitely careless,” “morons,” and people that “would still wear the budenovka” — a phrase that means being outdated. The budenovka was a military hat worn in the late 1910s and early 1920s, shortly after the Russian tsar was deposed.

The defense leaders are also considering a “big sweep” at the GRU and ask some of its generals to leave, MBK said.

MBK was founded by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a prominent Kremlin critic.

Last month the UK accused two Russian men of traveling to Salisbury, England, and poisoning Skripal and his daughter with military-grade nerve agent this March, and said they were GRU agents traveling under pseudonyms.

Putin, whose government has long denied having any knowledge of the attack, initially claimed that the two men’s names — identified at the time as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov — “mean nothing to us,” then said that they were civilians.

The two men also went on national Russian TV to say that they only visited England to visit a cathedral.

Investigative journalism site Bellingcat, however, has since identified Petrov as Dr. Alexander Mishkin, “a trained military doctor in the employ of the GRU,” and Boshirov as Col. Anatoliy Chepiga, a highly decorated officer with the GRU.

Last week, the Netherlands also accused four Russian GRU agents of trying to launch a cyberattack on the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the world’s chemical weapons watchdog. The OPCW was, at the time, investigating the nerve agent attack on Skripal and a reported chemical attack in Douma, Syria, where Russian jets have bombed.

The men — two tech experts and two support agents — were caught red-handed and attempted to destroy some of the equipment to conceal their actions, Dutch authorities said.

The Netherlands then determined that they were agents of the GRU after finding that one of their phones was activated near the GRU building in Moscow, and discovering a receipt for a taxi journey from a street near the GRU to the Moscow airport, the BBC reported.

Mark Urban, a British journalist who recently wrote a book about Skripal, wrote in The Times on Tuesday: “It would be surprising if this series of compromised operations did not trigger some realignment in Moscow, a further round of struggle between the spy bosses.

“The mockery of the GRU for its recent upsets, both globally and on Russian social media, must have rankled. Whatever the intentions of the Salisbury operation, they cannot have included opening decorated heroes of the agency up for ridicule,” Urban added, referring to Chepiga and Mishkin.

Putin’s popularity at home also hit a record low this year when he broke a 13-year-old promise not to hike the country’s national retirement age, which could mean that many Russians will miss out on a pension altogether.

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The two Russian men suspected by British intelligence of poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in England in March shadowed the former double agent in Prague in 2014, Czech Radio (CR) has cited sources as saying.
In an October 10 report, CR cited unnamed Czech intelligence sources as saying that the Russians — whom cybersleuthing group Bellingcat says it has unmasked as military intelligence officers Anatoly Chepiga and Aleksandr Mishkin — visited Prague in 2014 and that Skripal was there at the same time.
“It looks like the Russians had a group of people that followed Skripal long before the attempt to assassinate him,” the publicly funded Czech radio station quoted one source as saying.
According to the report, the two Russians used the same names as those on the passports British authorities said they used when they traveled to Britain shortly before Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned: Ruslan Boshirov and Aleksandr Petrov.

British authorities allege that the two Russians smeared a Soviet-designed nerve agent called Novichok on the front door of Skripal’s home in the English city of Salisbury on March 4, the day the former Russian intelligence officer spy and his daughter were found incapacitated on a bench and rushed to the hospital.
Both survived after weeks in critical condition, but Dawn Sturgess, a woman who authorities said came in contact with the poison after her boyfriend found a fake perfume bottle containing it, died in July.
Czech Foreign Minister Martin Stropnicky said before leaving his post in June that Skripal, who settled in Britain after he was released from Russian prison and sent West in a 2010 spy swap, has visited the Czech Republic and several other European Union countries to consult with their intelligence services.
Media outlets have reported that Skripal was in the Czech Republic in 2012. The New York Times has reported that he “met with Czech intelligence officials on several occasions and visited Estonia in 2016 to meet with local spies.”
The Russian Embassy in Prague declined to comment on whether the two men had traveled to Prague, saying in an e-mail response that the “matter of border-crossing by foreign nationals is within the competence of the Czech Republic’s corresponding state structures,” CR reported.
The poisoning has added tension to already severely strained ties between Russia and the West, leading to additional U.S. and European Union sanctions on Moscow and to diplomatic expulsions of Russian and Western officials.
Russia denies involvement, but Bellingcat’s findings have added to the evidence against Moscow. The British-based independent investigative group also says that Chepiga and Mishkin have made multiple trips to various parts of Europe and elsewhere in the past few years.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on September 12 that the two men accused by Britain were civilians. In comments on October 3 in which he called Skripal a traitor and a “scumbag,” longtime Soviet-era KGB officer Putin said that the former Russian spy “continued cooperating with some secret services” after he went West in the swap.
Skripal, a former colonel in the Russian military intelligence agency known as the GRU, was convicted of treason in 2006 by a Russian court and had been serving a 10-year prison sentence when the swap, in which 10 sleeper agents including Anna Chapman were sent home to Russia from the United States, took place.

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Last Saturday, the intelligence agency held a secret meeting.

The counterintelligence of the Netherlands monitored the GRU agents from the very beginning of the cyberattack operation on the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), a source in the military department told journalist Sergey Kanev.

“Most likely, they tapped the telephone number of the second secretary of our embassy, Kostya Bakhtin, who constantly called up Khoroshevka (military unit 45 807) and discussed the details of the operation. By the way, he was also responsible for the technical issues and handed over the necessary equipment to these idiots,” the MBKh-Media quotes the source.

According to the security official, Bakhtin faces resignation and, “it is possible that not only his shoulder straps will be removed.”

According to the Dosye (Dossier), Bakhtin graduated from the 1st Department of the Military Diplomatic Academy (VDA). While studying he lived in the same house as Anatoly Chepiga, who is allegedly hiding under the name of Ruslan Boshirov, whom the UK accused of poisoning the Skripals. According to Kanev, the families of Bakhtin and Chepiga were friends with each other and spent holidays together.

After Bakhtin was sent to the Netherlands as the second secretary of the Russian embassy, the intelligence diplomat allegedly looked for ways to be introduced into the international investigation team of the Malaysian Boeing crash over the Donbas. According to Bellingcat, the plane was shot down from the Russian Buk complex. It is to be recalled that 298 people died as a result of the given plane crash.

Bakhtin’s last task, according to Kanev, was to coordinate the preparation of cyberattacks on the headquarters of the OPCW in the Hague.

On October 6, Roskomnadzor blocked the mirror of the MBK-Media’s website, which repeatedly published the results of Sergey Kanev’s investigations. The journalist himself went abroad because of the threat of arrest.

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